On Fri 27th October, underground anti-heroes Goy Boy McIlroy resurface...
After six years of terrorising audiences and shaking foundations of venues up and down the country, the Darlington four-piece mysteriously disappeared into the darkness from which they came. Now, after over a year, GBM return for a one night only, stand alone gig at The Georgian Theatre, Stockton.
Is this their final hurrah? Who knows... One thing we can be sure of is that it promises to be an intense and entertaining night of alt-blues tainted, post-punk inspired, garage rock from one of the North-East's finest live acts.
“They're all dense guitar loops, shoegaze-tinged fuzz and singer David Saunders’ Interpol-esque vocal." NME
“Climatic beats, raw, pounding riffs and an intense, theatrical vibe.” Gigslutz
“If you need a signpost, the nearest is probably the darker elements of Joy Division, tinged with elements of seventies blues.” Louder Than War
“Like the zombified bastard child of Bauhaus and Kyuss.” Artrocker